Butterfly event raises awareness of hospice

September 2009
Hospice Management Advisor;Sep2009, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p102
The article reports on the strategy used by the staff members of faith Presbyterian Hospice to raise awareness of hospice in Dallas, Texas. The staff members have discovered a way of reaching to everyone and found more than 200 people participated their butterfly release in 2009. According to Wendy Fenn, director of spiritual services at the hospice, members are already distributing porcelain butterfly ornaments to families during the holidays as a was to commemorate their loved ones.


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